Jumping has never been my forte, but lately I have been getting the bug so as soon as I am in better shape look out fences here I come!
Enjoy the show.
2010 Radio Show Episode 14 – Show Jumping Unraveled
Show Jumping is the most popular spectator sport at the World Equestrian Games. We are joined this week by Sally Ike, Director of Show Jumping for the United States Equestrian Federation, who helps us to understand the qualifications and how the event itself is scored for the WEG. Also, there is a bunch of 2010 Games news this week, so take a listen.
Show Notes and Links:
- Register for the new 2010 December Games Giveaway – Register Here.
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- Regarding Horses reported on an interesting discovery found in the construction at the Kentucky Horse Park. Read more…
- Learn more about the history of the Kentucky Horse Park.
- Hopelessly Horseless reported on the Arabian Galleries that are being built for the museum at the Ky Horse Park. See the story…
- The World Equestrian Games Foundation announced that it will allow a Tennessee Walking Horse demonstration at the 2010 Games. Read the entire story…
- The New England Dressage Association named nationally-ranked and 2010 hopeful dressage competitor Susan Jaccoma as the 2008 award recipient of a $2,000 educational scholarship. See the story and a video of Susan riding…
- Australian Eventer Chris Burton wins a four star event in his journey toward the 2010 Games. See the details…
- Continuing our “Getting to Know the Disciplines” series we interview Sally Ike, Director of Show Jumping for the United States Equestrian Federation, about show jumping at the 2010 Games.